Thanks to funding from the People’s Projects, we have some great new activities on offer!
Mondays- Music Therapy 11-12 at Airyhall Community Centre
Mondays- Makaton Choir, Orchard Brae school 4-5.30 pm
Mondays – Rebound Therapy at Jump In Aberdeen 1-3pm
Tuesdays – Multi Sensory Story telling 1.30-3 at Inchgarth Community Centre
Tuesdays – Rebound Therapy at Orchard Brae School 4-6pm
Thursdays – Beauty Therapy at Hilton Community Centre 10-30-12
Coming Soon – Multi Sports Group
All classes are free but must be booked! email email@example.com or call 01224 313323
Thanks very much to all the students who helped raise money for Create. We received £960 towards our Confidence to Cook classes!
Tickets now on sale for A Scottish Fairies Tale 9th and 10th May The Lemon Tree. Always a sell out so get your tickets ASAP
Create Aberdeen has won a public vote to secure £43,052 of National Lottery funding as part of this year’s The People’s Projects. The money was awarded after the Active Lives, Creative Minds campaign won the public over with their plans to run therapeutic activities for adults with Learning Disabilities.
Winning this competition will allow Create to set up a Makaton choir for adults with learning disabilities. The sessions will use this language programme which uses signs and symbols in place of speech to bring people together to enjoy music, singing, dancing and performing. We will also be able to set up a variety of new activities including beauty and massage, rebound therapy, gardening, music therapy, outdoor sports and much much more!
The Aberdeen-based project was one of five groups in STV North to compete for a share of a life changing £3 million. Each of the groups had their projects featured on prime time TV, giving the public a chance to see their fantastic work and then make the tough choice of where the money should go.
Corinne Brands, Finance Manager at Create Aberdeen said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have taken part in The People’s Projects this year. It is has been a huge platform for us to raise awareness of the work we do, and we can’t thank the public enough for getting behind us and giving us the opportunity to make our community a better place for all. This funding will enable us to provide a huge choice and range of activities for people with learning disabilities in Aberdeen.”
The People’s Projects has awarded around £45 million to over 1,000 good causes across the UK since it started in 2005.
What a Fantastic show by the Strictly Wheelchair dance group! Amazing dances and costumes, enjoyed by everyone as visible by the smiles! Looking forward to the next show. If you fancy joining the group get in touch or pop along to try it out on Tuesdays at 1-3pm Hilton Community Centre. Cost £5, suitable for wheelchair users and their carers.
JANUARY 17TH 2017
AT HILTON COMMUNITY CENTRE
CREATE WOULD LIKE TO PROVIDE A DANCE GROUP SESSION STRICTLY FOR ADULTS WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT NEEDS WHO USE WHEELCHAIRS.
SUPPORT WORKERS WILL JOIN IN THE FUN AND LEARN HOW TO FACILITATE WHEELCHAIR DANCE.
SCOTTISH, SALSA, DISCO, MODERN DANCE, AND ANY SPECIAL REQUESTS
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT HILTON COMMUNITY CENTRE 1-3PM
Please contact Allan Finnie on 07745456017 or Alex on 01224 313323 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Aberdeen Impact Award Winners!
One of Create’s Trustees Lynda Hunter was honoured on Saturday to win the Active Citizen Award at the Third Sector Volunteer Fayre, recognition and thanks for all her very hard work volunteering for many years. Create also won the Visitors’ Favourite Award on the day, and our Rock Choir rocked the crowd with their covers of Love Me Do, Stand By Me and One Love!